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... I reached the top the view was brilliant. You could see why it was a popular tourist attraction. I spent a good hour up here enjoying the view and taking pictures. You could buy some golf balls and hit them into the the lake.
Their was a Asian guy who was panting like he had just finished a marathon. He then hit a couple of balls in the lake. He hit it so far I thought it was tiger woods, I have no idea where he got that energy from.
... term to describe this guy rather than a pure douchebag. There was NO WAY we were going to wait to see if he would show back up, so truly disappointed, we made our way back to Las Pinas.
Now, during my dinner, I noticed there was an ice cube in my green mango juice. Maybe it's purely psychological, but on the way home, my stomach began to feel very uneasy and I felt as though I could have some serious issues. Pardon the graphicness of my next statement, ...
... all being built up to be a tourist area with the mall, casinos, high rises, etc. We ate lunch at Gerry's Grill and had some traditional Filipino fare - I had si****ng (can you tell I like si****ng?) and pork barbecue. My stomach was still feeling a big shaky, so the si****ng was a good choice with rice! I also enjoyed a green mango juice per the recommendation of my Ate Baby and Kuya Ronnie - SO good! YUMMY!!!
We headed into the mall to do a ...
The newlywed, Kuya Jeth & Ate She, decided to explore Tagaytay the day after their wedding and it's our privilege to accompany them. We drafted leave right away for Monday and spend the whole day with them. Yey, Exciting!
Even if it's not our first time on this highland, I always felt sugar rush every time we touch this place. Just imagine the beautiful Taal Volcano and the highland views there, it always fascinates me. To add, ...
... negative. I find every trip to be rewarding in its own right, because you always learn something new, be it good or bad, and I certainly know that the Philippines has a lot to offer. Despite a smattering of positives, somehow we just didn't connect with this destination, much like a first date gone wrong, and, like a neat summary at the end of reviews, the response to "Would you recommend this to a friend?" is a firm, decisive, unanimous "No". Good bye, and good luck, ...